Spark::red Releases Oracle Database and Endeca MDEX Plugins for New Relic

Spark::red, a premier Oracle ATG Commerce-managed hosting provider with data centers all over the world and clients in the United States, Europe and Africa, has released Oracle Database and Endeca MDEX plugins for New Relic. The new plugins are now available to the general public for free:

The plugins capture performance metrics for Oracle Database and Endeca and display them in New Relic APM. This provides access to consolidated data from ATG application, Oracle Database, and Endeca metrics in New Relic for Oracle Commerce customers. As a result, the plugins reduce the time and costs typically associated with using multiple Web performance-monitoring tools. (Scroll to the bottom of the article for screenshots of the plugins.)


While the Endeca MDEX plugin is brand new, New Relic’s internal team had previously designed a demo version of the Oracle Database plugin. That plugin has been maintained by Spark::red and recently updated to offer better overall metric data, including more information regarding database size.

“We discovered a great Web performance monitoring tool and made it even better through optimizing New Relic for Oracle Database and Endeca users,” said Russell Moore, founding partner at Spark::red.

The metrics captured by Spark::red Oracle Database and Endeca MDEX plugins include

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Spark::red clients are already seeing the benefits: A senior IT manager at an Internet Retailer Top 100 retailer raved that, “It is very useful to have a consolidated way to check search and database health.”

You can find a detailed description of the installation process on the Spark::red website. Just visit the Confluence page to get instant access to all related documentation for the Oracle Database and Endeca MDEX plugins.

Screen shots below:

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Author bio: Elena Rybalchenko is the marketing director at Spark::red. Before joining Spark::red, Elena implemented online and offline marketing and PR campaigns for companies in the U.S., Europe, and Russia.

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